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what is the xxx.static.linuxgccrelease?

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Hello

 

I have a some question.

 

I downloaded Rosetta 2015.38 source + binaries for Linux .

and I saw xxx.static.linuxgccrelease and xxx.linuxgccrelease in bin folder.

which exe is proper when I want to execute file with mpiexec command?

 

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RASREC full_run vs. test_run

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Compilation

Dear Rosetta users, 

I'm using RASREC CS-Rosetta 3.5 to pridect the structure of a membrane protein. So far I've added the following files to the setup_run: CS file (NMR data), FASTA and Fragment files. I've tried to add the Span and Lips files in the setup_run, but I didn't know the commands for these types of files; I've tried -span <spanfile>  (and ) -lips <lipsfile>, but they weren't excepted this way! So what I did is add them manually to the flags_denovo file. 

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RuntimeError: unidentifiable C++ exception in both linux and window.

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When I use

pose = pose_from_pdb("1YY8.clean.pdb")

it results in an error:

RuntimeError Traceback (most recent call last)
<ipython-input-9-755d9c16f3f1> in <module>()
----> 1 pose = pose_from_pdb("1YY8.clean.pdb")

RuntimeError: unidentifiable C++ exception in both linux and window.

I need help in this regard...........................................

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unidentifiable C++ exception in both linux and window.

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When I use

pose = pose_from_pdb("1YY8.clean.pdb")

it results in an error:

RuntimeError Traceback (most recent call last)
<ipython-input-9-755d9c16f3f1> in <module>()
----> 1 pose = pose_from_pdb("1YY8.clean.pdb")

RuntimeError: unidentifiable C++ exception in both linux and window.

I need help in this regard...........................................

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extensions.hpp:38:33 error: template<class conflict with a previous declaration

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hey all, 

 

      Sorry if this is previously solved but I have not seen this anything like this before with limited help on google so I don't even know where to start.  I've just bought a new computer and installed ubuntu 15.10 (newest versions maybe this is the problem?). I've installed rosetta several times on other systems not running 15.10. these are my steps.

install appropriate lib that are not on my computer is libz (i didn't see an error saying it was missing a lib)

install scons

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Transitioning from ROSIE to Rosetta

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Compilation

I have been using ROSIE for a while now and am wondering what is the easiest way to transition to Rosetta. For example, is the code needed to make all the files in the tar archives for ROSIE docking2 and symmetric_docking jobs available? If so, where can I find this code? Is this code included in some of the many files included in the tar archives ROSIE makes for each job? If so, which files? It would be great if I could start with this code and adapt it as desired to do more complicated things in Rosetta.

Thanks!

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compile error on OS X Yosemite

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Compilation

I amt trying to install the lastest release of Rosetta on Mac OS Yosemite. 

The build quits on the following error:

src/utility/thread/backwards_thread_local.hh:19:9: error: keyword is hidden by macro definition [-Werror,-Wkeyword-macro]

#define thread_local

        ^

1 error generated.

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Rosetta source + binaries

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Compilation

Dear Rosetta Users:

I recently installed Rosetta 3.5 onto a linux box. There are two different building packages distributed online. One is "Rosetta source" and the other one is "Rosetta source + binaries for linux". I downloaded the latter one and complied it successfully followed the instructions. But I am just wondering if I ever need to compile it if it came with binaries. Thank you very much!

Regards,

Zuodong

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